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. >>> the hardest hit regions appear to be southern indiana and eastern kentucky and these pictures tell the story. this is a tornado that hit henryville, indiana yesterday. the storm killed at least one person and severely daniel damaged that city. >> one of the hardest hit communities is marysville, indiana, across the ohio refer from louisville, kentucky. reporter craig boswell is there with how people are lending a hand. >> reporter: ken, good evening to you. there is a path of destruction that stretches for miles across the hoosier state, 14 confirmed dead. in the tiny town of marysville, indiana, tornado survivors are shell-shocked. >> it's just unbelievable. the naked eye can't hardly see all the damage it really did do here. the whole place wiped out like that. >> reporter: the national weather service says the ef-4 tornado shredded this place and move on. it's back-breaking work sorting through the rubble, but stories are emerging, tales of the generosity of complete strangers. >> i had a guy pull in this morning and said you want us to take that tree off your house. we'll do for free
, indiana blanket parts of the country's midsection. dozens of them going through communities, leveling homes, schools, anything in their paths. at times there were more than 20 active tornado warnings across multiple states. >> it is just nuts right here. people's lives are in danger here with the rotating storms and tornadoes coming down. >> reporter: the fury unleashed early. starting in alabama. ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day rolled on so did the storms, gaining in intensity. from indiana to kentucky and ohio, watches turned to warnings and people took cover. storms brought heavy rain, golf ball sized hail and winds. there are multiple reports of twisters touching down and extensive damage. >> this is an enormous outbreak in kentucky and across the midsouth. >> reporter: hamilton county, tennessee, dozens of injuries are reported. the storms sheered trees and ripped through buildings. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to a pile of rubble. >> this is real life stuff here. >> reporter: now it is a race to clear blocked roads to emergency
it for us, and of course the story behind it. >> a trio of jewelry thieves are on the loose in indiana. we've got video of the smash and grab. check it out. you see here this is in hobart, indiana. you notice it's daylight out. it's 8:00 a.m. sunday morning, not the middle of the night. these guys pull up and come out of the van with a hammer and smash their way through this window of the helzberg diamonds. they are carrying bins. they make their way into the store and are piling jewelry into these big plastic bins. >> how long does it take to do all this? they seem like they were loading up everything they could possibly get their hands on. >> they weren't in the store too long and only made their way to certain cases. police say it looked as though they knew which to go to and that they had been in the store before. >> they always seem to know where they are going and what they want. >> we talked to the police sergeant in hobart. they are still looking for the guys. they put this video out there so people can recognize the minivan, who these guys. they are looking for any clues whatsoeve
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will be devastating. and the small town is not alone, this is henryville indiana, another town rocked by a violent storm. dozens of apparent tornadoes tore across the country's midsection, levels homes, buildings, anything in its path. >> catastrophic, you see these things in the media with you guys but you don't have an understanding of it until you see it in person. >> it's just nuts right here. there's people's lives in danger with these storms,. >> reporter: the fury unleashed early starting in alabama, ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day rolls on so did the storm gaining in intensity. storms brought heavy rains, golf ball sized hail and ferocious winds. there are multiple reports of winds and hail. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to a pile of rubble. >> this is real life stuff here. >> it's now time to clear blocked roads. in illinois already beaten down from the ef4 twister. resident can only hope that their spared. reporting from nashville, sandra endo for ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a storm chaser captured this video of the tornado that hit henryville
is strongest near indiana and kentucky borders and southeast near his home state of pennsylvania. he's ineligible for 18 because of filing problems. he's running strong in tennessee and heavily favored in oklahoma and slams romney as someone that pretends to be conservative. >> one of the biggest things in this campaign is trust. >> reporter: begin grith has ignored ohio to focus on georgia. he hopes to force himself back to headlines and contention. >> i will challenge the other contestants to join me in mississippi or alabama for a debate next week. i don't think romney can hide behind millions of dollars of paid ads. >> caucuses are open to any voter. paul was the only to visit alaska and today made stops at idaho. >> the ohio secretary of state doesn't like to predict turnout. tonight tv sets are filled with attack ads and ads and telephones ringing off the hook from all candidates. fox news. >>> investors fled today in the second day of trading. it fell nearly 15% to under $21 a share. when the debut aired friday, it shot higher from the initial price of 15 adollars a share. it'
're looking at is video somebody captured with their phone about a half mile outside of henryville, indiana, where a tornado devastated the area. these guys were in the car where there was a massive hailstorm. hail so big, it was the size of baseballs. >> whoa. >> just in time for spring training. >> just in time for spring training but you won't believe the pitches that hit the windshield. >> oh! >> the whole thing is cracked. >> did it hit the side window and the back? >> yes, it did. >> that storm took out at least from the video three windows. >> that's a drag. >> all this video, gayle, is what's being unloaded from people who suffered through the tornadoes that swept through the country? >> these are from areas near where tornadoes touched down. as you can see here, this backyard is getting pummeled by hail. look at the pool. >> hail in a pool. >> that demonstrates the power of that hail when you see the water being disrupted like that. listen to the sound of this house. they have a skylight in this house where you can see which the skylight amplifies that sound. >> that's more than a
clark community school in henryville, indiana. notice how everything is still quiet. but then outside, teachers are running outside, telling everybody hurry inside, a storm is coming. these buses had had just come back to the school. it's around 3:00 p.m. kids had been dropped off, but there were still students and staff in the school, about 80 of them. four minutes later, a tornado hit. and there were cameras inside the school, and it caught the destruction. >> whoa. >> whoa! >> the amount of energy and destruction that took place in such a short amount of time really boggles the mind. >> that was dr. john reed, the assistant superintendent. the building's roof was ripped off in a matter of 20 seconds, all of this happened. >> holy cow. >> watch what the people had to climb over after the storm hit. >> oh, it blew the doors open. gosh. >> i don't think i've ever seen anything like this. >> well, to think this is a large commercial building, the tornado seems to have noroblem just teing i to pieces. >> now lk at the it hits. you see the structure. intact. >> oh! >> whoa. >> whoa. >> i
may have caused the fire. >>> and the eviction of a long standing occupy camp in fort wayne, indiana, problem up today, they peacefully broke up after four months there in the square. they evicted them because the crews need to prepare the park for spring events. they say they may condition their events with the proper permits, but the park must remain open to the general public. and the nobel prize winning scientist who warned about the ozone layer died, officials say roland died at his home after complications from parkinson's disease. he received the nobel prize for chemistry back in 1995, after he studied the earth's blanket. his finding led to several bans of chemicals. he was 84 years old. >>> and the 18-year-old son of marie and arnold schwarzenegger has been released from the hospital after a ski accident. he was taken to the hospital where he received stitches for a cut on his back, he also said he has a lot of bruises but didn't provide details of the accident. >>> it was another shake-up today at the crystal cathedral mega church in orange county, the pastor told the congr
. >>> survivors of a deadly tornado face another set back today. parts of kentucky and indiana received two inches of snow that makes clean up dangerous. officials from the federal housing agency spanned out to access the damage. >>> checking reports on the ground for light showers in the north bay. nothing really showing up yet. we have showers up around hum -- humble. you see that line of showers draping itself across the area. so far nothing showing up. but we do have a forecast of light sprinkles in the bay area forecast. they are overnight pretty much after you go to bed and before most of us get up tomorrow. then they are gone. you're going to notice wind and cooler. it is a winter day tomorrow. it's going to feel like winter. today it didn't. the weekend didn't. but tomorrow is going to feel like early march. maybe a few patchy clouds, a few sprinkles. those winds will ramp up. we could go 25, 30 miles per hour in a few ridge lines. wind could get up to 50 to 60 miles per hour. tomorrow is a breezy day. as this system slides south it's for light sprinkles possible overnight. gone by 9:00, 1
. >> reporter: the former house speaker pulled out of illinois to try to focus on indiana. ron paul made only one stop in illinois. ron paul and newt gingrich were shut out of the delegate count tonight. up next louisiana that vote is saturday. live in washington, craig boswell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now, here's the republican delegate count. mitt romney now has 563 delegates. that's almost half of what he needs to secure the gop nomination. san for rum has 263. gingrich 135, and ron paul currently has 50 delegates. >>> the richmond city council is meeting tonight to decide whether to move ahead with proposed expansion of medical marijuana dispensaries. the council already agreed tentatively to increase the number of dispensaries from four to six. right now those dispensaries are confined to the hilltop mall and pacific east mall areas. any new dispensaries would be prohibited from opening near residential areas. >>> and california secretary of state is allowing supporters of a proposed ballot measure on medical marijuana to start collecting signatures. the measure would allow
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